Free Christmas Font Pairings For Commercial Use

You can never be too prepared for all the crafting needs around the Christmas season. And as much as I love to get creative with holiday designs, I know how time-consuming it could get to find the right image, color scheme, and typeface to design that postcard, mug, or shirt around the holidays. I hope these font pairings save you some time and effort and let you carve a few peaceful moments to enjoy the season  with your family and friends instead.

Free Easter Font Pairings For Commercial Use

Free Easter Font Pairings

You've been working on that Easter design project around the clock, and finally, you've created a perfect one! Now all you need is a final touch – a fun and balanced font pair. 


Here's a roundup of fonts that are playful and bold enough to work perfectly for your Easter design.


As a graphic designer with a passion for typography, the number of principles on how to pair fonts, let alone the variety of free fonts available online, often leaves me feeling overwhelmed and in a state of indecision.

You've got many fonts out there that are beautiful and appealing on their own, but when combined they will clash with each other and undermine the design as a whole. 


Here's a ground-rule that will keep you in good shape. 


High contrast is your top ally. 


High contrast often draws the reader's attention to the design before all else. Pair the fonts that not only feel different but are very different. Opposites attract. 


Pair shouting grunge typefaces with the reserved classic serif fonts. Legible and modern sans-serifs will nicely complement the elegant and flowing script typefaces. 

And, of course, if in doubt, there’s always a Cadbury Easter chocolate goodness to make the problem of choice a little sweeter. 

But at the end of the day, there's no hard and fast rule when it comes to choosing fonts that work together most effectively in every design project. 


Experiment, trust in the process, and keep it simple. If nothing else, these font pairs will help you to be creative and get your ideas flowing.



While these fonts can be used for various commercial projects from product design to branding, there are still some restrictions under the commercial license you have to be familiar with – re-selling or giving away the font file for one. 

If using the font on the web, make sure you are aware of the pageviews limitation per month on a website you are adding the font to. So it’s very important you take a careful look at the license file on the download page or in the zip font folder before installing and using the font. 

However, in most cases, if you are an Etsy seller or Cricut enthusiast, you should be in good shape to use any of these fonts for your creative projects to sell.

Free Easter Font Pairings

10 Free Easter Font Pairings For Commercial Use:

1. Happy Easter: Sunflower Garden  |  Alterlight

2. Bunny Crossing: Happy Rabbit Stereofidelic

3. Every Bunny Welcome: Hey Betty  |  Olivia

4. He Is Risen: Stockport  |  Tatima 

5. Hippity Hop: Krabuler  |  Heilig

6. The Tomb Was Empty! Avatarock  |  Titin Script

7. EGGstra Special: Shnobel  |  Hey Betty 

8. My First Easter: Goodies  |  Little Munstar

9. Holy Week: Hitterlove  |  Cliche 

10. Here for the Egg Hunt: Amellis Path  |  XOXO Glow



This post should not be taken as permission from the copyright owner to use any of these fonts for commercial use. Always read carefully the license file on the download page. 

The acceptable uses under the commercial license vary depending on a foundry or font shop and are subject to change at any time. 

At the time of publishing, all fonts from this post are listed as free for commercial and personal use on their websites.

It is strictly your own responsibility to make sure that the chosen font is fully licensed for its intended use. If any doubts, please contact the online font shop directly. 

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